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      AnatomyDescriptive and Topographical
      in 625 Illustrations
      by
      Carl Heitzmann


      Anatomy

      Descriptive and Topographical in 625 Illustrations

      by Carl Heitzmann

      Excerpt


      As the work is now offered to the English reading medical public, it is by no means an exact translation from the German, and, especially in the second part, the text was often materially altered, in order to bring it more in unison with the leading English works, such as Gray and Quain. It will be noticed that a good many Latin words were allowed to remain in the figures, even where such words are not in general use in the English text books; wherever this was done, the corresponding English word was almost invariably added to the text, so that, even for those not well versed in Latin, there would be no difficulty in under standing them.

      Book Details


      PIBN10258864
      ISBN978-1-331-95236-7
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-484-44517-7
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryBiology
      Pages571
      Words86554
      Vocabulary2582

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